Archive of Organ Plus #0721
…another exploration of the remarkable repertoire for pipe organ in consort with other instruments and voices. It’s all about collegiality. On our next Pipedreams program, the organ teams up with all sorts of friends including it’s keyboard cousin, the piano, plus other brassy relations –the trumpet and trombone. You’ll hear a little lullaby for organ and harp, a haunting fantasy for organ and electronic-tape that is amazingly effective plus a transcription of an orchestral tone poem by Franz Liszt, a spicy Baroque Concerto by Michel Corrette, and a lusty march by Alexandre Guilmant. Think variety organ with trumpet, organ with trombone, organ with choir, or harp, or piano, or symphony orchestra, even organ with electronic tape. We’re going to set aside all churchly implications and team up with many instrumental friends. Think beyond the box. Organ Plus, this week on Pipedreams.
GUSTAV HOLST: Duet for Trombone & Organ –Alain Trudel, trombone; Patrick Wedd (1901 Casavant Frères; 1954 Casavant Frères; 1986 Guilbault-Therien/Église du Gesu, Montréal, Québec, Canada) Naxos 8.553716
FRANZ LISZT: Les Préludes (arranged by for organ and piano) –Laurent Cabasso, piano; Olivier Vernet (1874 Cavaillé-Coll; 1959 Beuchet-Debrier/Cathédrale Saint Maurice, Angers, France) Ligia Digital 0104067
Filler –MICHEL CORRETTE Concerto (see above)